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Re: Emus a Model for Dinosaurs?
For an extended discussion of such matters, see Farlow et al., 2000,
American Zoologist. Lots of data on trackways, limb proportions, etc.
in ground birds and non-avian dinosaurs.
>>> Tim Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org> 10/27/2006 9:56 AM >>>
Andreas Johansson wrote:
>Aren't neornithine leg mechanics quite different from those of
Yes, exactly right. In neornithean birds stride generation occurs at
distal femur, which is held near-horizontally (except during fast
The DML Archives has a lot on this.
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